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When the illicit river of gold was discovered, it was believed to be one of Australia's largest tax fraud operations.
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IF you live in the bush you'll die three years younger than if you live in the city because of poor access to healthcare.
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BRISBANE, Australia, July 11, 2014 /PRNewswire/ Distress - A Weapon of Mass Destruction teaches the author's tried and true method of eliminating the stress that plagues many individuals each day.
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The government will do everything it can to ensure Australians don't become radicalised overseas and bring their extremist views back home, Foreign Minister Julie Bishop says.
DOMINIC Bird, the Aussie acquitted by a Malaysian court of drug trafficking charges that carried the death penalty, is expected to arrive back home today.
Merck Animal Health will present from 19 posters and 1 oral presentation at the 28th World Buiatrics Congress in Cairns, Australia, from July 27 August 1, 2014.
Police will prepare a prepare a report for the coroner after discovering the body of an elderly man in a dam near Toowoomba in southern Queensland.
The Cove in Airlie Beach is a collection of 23 absolute waterfront blocks released by the Port of Airlie designed to appeal to investors and retirees.
TOWNSVILLE is fast becoming the coffee hub of the north after following in the footsteps of the cafe culture forged by our larger sister cities down south.
QUEENSLAND faces the coldest conditions of the year this weekend, with temperatures dropping to 4C in Brisbane tomorrow and below freezing on the Granite Belt.
Four ancient sandstone rocks have been relocated from a sugar mill in Bundaberg, Queensland, to a nearby Indigenous centre in an act of reconciliation.
In 2013, this mining billionaire formed a political party he called the Palmer United Party .
Dozens of student teachers from New York have learnt the delicate art of tea making while on a whirlwind tour of the outback.
One hundred years on, the Townsville Bowls Club has proven its ability to survive flood, cyclone and the change to synthetic turf.
If you're finding it a little bit harder to climb out from under to doona, you're not alone.
Just outside the Australian Capital Territory, up a dirt road a couple of kilometres off the Federal Highway to Sydney, sits a shed that Nick O'Leary built himself.
Updated: Sat Jul 12, 2014 09:45 am
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